National Initiatives Impacting Healthcare Information Technology (HCIT) in the United Kingdom

National Initiatives Impacting Healthcare Information Technology (HCIT) in the United Kingdom

eHealth Action Plan to Increase HCIT Market Maturity

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29-Jan-2015
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Europe
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Research Code: 9AB9-00-1D-00-00
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UK Healthcare delivery is being restructured to improve cohesion between secondary and primary care segments and healthcare professionals and patients; HCIT solutions have a key role in this transition. Furthermore, failure of many large investment initiatives has paved way for the UK eHealth strategy and eHealth action plan 2011-2017. This study discusses HCIT strategies in the UK primary and secondary care sectors, market adoption of HCIT, focus areas, and type of contracts. It focuses on the roles of government, NHS, and regional healthcare and regulatory authorities. The study also documents key pilot and commercial HCIT projects and vendor opportunities. The report analyses HCIT in Wales, England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

CEO’s Perspective

Executive Summary—3 Big Predictions

Key Healthcare Statistics

Demographic Profile

UK Healthcare Delivery Structure—England

UK Healthcare Delivery Structure—England (continued)

UK Healthcare Delivery Structure—England (continued)

UK Healthcare Delivery Structure—England (continued)

Structure of UK Healthcare Delivery—Northern Ireland

Structure of UK Healthcare Delivery—Scotland

Structure of UK Healthcare Delivery—Wales

Financing of UK Healthcare Delivery—Fund Flow

Healthcare Authorities—Regulation and Monitoring

Healthcare Authorities—Regulation and Monitoring (continued)

Healthcare IT Market Summary

Adoption of Healthcare IT

Force Field Analysis of Market Drivers and Restraints

Key Healthcare IT Initiatives in the United Kingdom—Timeline

Key Healthcare IT Initiatives in the United Kingdom—1970s to 2011

Key Healthcare IT Initiatives in the United Kingdom—Way Forward

eHealth Action Plan—England

eHealth Action Plan—England (continued)

eHealth Action Plan—Scotland

eHealth Action Plan—Scotland (continued)

eHealth Action Plan—Wales

eHealth Action Plan—Wales (continued)

eHealth Action Plan—North Ireland

eHealth Action Plan—North Ireland (continued)

Key Healthcare IT Pilot Project—Telehealth and Telecare

Key Healthcare IT Pilot Project—eHealth and Primary Care

Key Healthcare IT Pilot Project—Healthcare Information Exchange (HIE)

Key Healthcare IT Pilot Project—Chronic Disease Management and Assisted Living

Key Healthcare IT Pilot Project—Remote Specialist Services

Executive Summary—3 Big Predictions

The Last Word—Discussion

Legal Disclaimer

List of Acronyms Used

List of Acronyms Used (continued)

Additional Sources of Information on UK Healthcare

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

UK Healthcare delivery is being restructured to improve cohesion between secondary and primary care segments and healthcare professionals and patients; HCIT solutions have a key role in this transition. Furthermore, failure of many large investment initiatives has paved way for the UK eHealth strategy and eHealth action plan 2011-2017. This study discusses HCIT strategies in the UK primary and secondary care sectors, market adoption of HCIT, focus areas, and type of contracts. It focuses on the roles of government, NHS, and regional healthcare and regulatory authorities. The study also documents key pilot and commercial HCIT projects and vendor opportunities. The report analyses HCIT in Wales, England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
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Deliverable Type Market Research
No Index No
Podcast No
Author Shruthi Parakkal
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number 9AB9-00-1D-00-00
Is Prebook No